All posts by Erin Holden

Return of the Ice Rink

SeaSkate Ice Skating Rink Opens Downtown It has been 30 years since Toledoans have had a public ice skating rink to enjoy during the holiday season, but that is about to change. ConnecToledo, Downtown Development Corporation and One SeaGate Partners bring us SeaSkate, a synthetic ice rink that will be located along the riverfront between

Art in Ann Arbor Explores Social Change

Talking About a Revolution: Art, Design & the Institution is a symposium that delves into the role of the arts in creating social change. In some sense, it will address today’s political climate and past events— how visual artists, writers, art educators, and activists are using and have used their work to speak their truth

Cannibal Corpse Plays at Civic Music Hall

Since 1988, Cannibal Corpse has delivered their own style of death metal, with songs dripping with terror, torture with themes revolving around serial killers and, you guessed it, cannibalism. See them in Toledo at Civic Music Hall, followed by death metal band Hate Eternal, named one of the top eight bands of the last decade

Shall We Dance?

T.H.E. Modern Dance Company began in January 2018 when directors Allie Batey and Ashley Hill put their heads together to meet a need Toledo’s dance community has had for years – an inclusive company for professionals and beginners alike. T.H.E. (Toledo’s Human Experience) is geared toward adults, often serving as a way for dancers to

“Shoulder Arms” Featured in Fridays on Film Series

In Charlie Chaplin’s 1918 silent comedy, Shoulder Arms, the hero falls haphazardly into moments of triumph with characteristic silliness, though it is set in World War I era France. Charlie somehow manages to capture 13 Germans, then the Kaiser, only to realize that his grand successes are not what they seem. The film continues the